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Coronavirus / Trump's Virus / Shalala Interview / A Discussion (Part II) #1261483

CNN Evening News for Monday, Oct 05, 2020
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The lack of clarity from President Trump's doctors about his coronavirus case introduced. [Outside the hospital earlier today, president's physician Dr. Sean CONLEY - refuses to answer certain questions because of HIPA.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Representative Donna Shalala, who helped write HIPA; inset video of Tramp going to the helicopter to go to the White House shown. [SHALALA - offers views on how Conley was saying his patient has not given him permission to be transparent: it is all on the president when Americans can "take it."]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's "New York Times" reporter Maggie Haberman, Sanjay Gupta, Gloria Borger & former CDC dir. Thomas Frieden about Trump & the coronavirus; scenes shown of Trump on the Truman balcony. [GUPTA, HABERMAN, BORGER, FRIEDEN - offers views on Trump's lung issues, the clarity that there was no everyday tests at the White House & at the debates, how we don't know when his last negative test was done, on what host Chris Wallace aid about the debate night, on the FDA guidelines for a coronavirus vaccine: the White House keeps overruling science when we have tools for the fight.]

Cooper, Anderson

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